Pet and family friendly Bed & Breakfast on a small hobby farm. 10 minutes from Indiana Live Casino. 1 mile from Buck Creek Winery, Buck Creek Playhouse, Anderson Orchard and Southeastway Park. 3 B/R suite available. Large groups and families welcome.
4.8 on May 18, 2016
We had such a wonderful stay at Buck Creek Farm. Kyle & Mary were the sweetest owners. We loved all of the farm animals and even picking our own farm fresh eggs! Kyle's homemade biscuits and gravy were some of the best we had ever had. We can't wait to stay there again!!
5 on April 11, 2015
Our serendipitous stop at Buck Creek Farm proved to be an excellent decision. The decor was lovely and extremely comfortable--the gorgeous quilts, quirky farmhouse cupboard, cozy reading chair, and "mezzanine" reading nook contributed to our favorable impression. Best of all: the fantastic breakfast (yep, requested the biscuits-and-gravy based on other reviews, and glad we did--but you must try the farm-fresh eggs and purchase at least a dozen to go), the extremely accommodating and hospitable hosts, the many (peaceful and oddly friendly) farm animals (be sure to ask for a tour of the historic barn! but wear mud shoes in wet seasons), and of course the completely welcoming atmosphere for our little dog (there are two fenced and grassy areas where he could run, but he was also treated as an honored guest in the home--a rare thing in most B&Bs, and it made a huge difference for us). The proximity to the highway meant it was easy to find, but (a minor annoyance) my delight in hearing spring peepers was tempered just a bit by traffic sounds at night. We wholly recommend Buck Creek, and hope to return in other seasons for a longer stay.
5 on September 19, 2014
We were in Indianapolis for a conference. The hotel downtown had made an error in our room reservations. We decided to stay in a B&B and chose Buck Creek Inn. This was a terrific decision because it was one of the most relaxing stays we have ever had. Kyle and Mary were wonderful, hard-working, and fun people. We will always think of them as friends, and we will plan to stay there again,
4.8 on August 21, 2014
Me and my girlfriend stayed at buck Creek farm last weekend and our experience was exceptional. The room was nice and clean. The bed was super comfortable. We chose this place because of the pet friendly nature of the place. We took our neurotic pup with us and she had a great time too! We walked her on the farm around the other animals with kyle permission and it was great. The biscuits and gravy are fantastic. Ask for them! We would gladly stay at buck Creek farm again and highly recommend them to any one traveling thru, especially if you have an animal that is with you.
4.8 on April 16, 2014
My husband and I came to spend the weekend and had SUCH a wonderful time. It was our first time away from both of our littles and it was so relaxing. Kyle is terribly funny and the BOMB at breakfast making (his chocolate cherry crepes are like whoa) and Mary is a sweetheart who knows darn near everything about farming. The room we stayed in was comfortable, the company amiable and kind, and the place all together quaint and awesome. If you're thinking about staying in here, definitely do it!
5 on February 18, 2014
My fiancé and I stayed here for a short Valentine's Day getaway and it was amazing! We traveled in frozen tundra to get there, and the couple was really nice and waited up for us and took care of our every need. They even took us out to the farm and showed us around in the snow. They were very accommodating and we had the best crepes for breakfast! Would definitely stay again! :)
5 on January 11, 2014
I've left my dogs at Buck Creek on several occasions, and they love it. Kyle treats them like family and spoils them rotten. They always get lots of exercise and lots of attention. Bonus: they come home smelling like grass and sunshine rather than some horribly floral kennel-antiseptic.
5 on August 31, 2013
Thank you for taking good care of Franklin for us!
4.6 on August 21, 2013
I took my daughter here as she loves the farm. It was awesome!!! Kyle and Mary could not be nicer. The animals are a joy. They are friendly and will come right to you. Each has its own story on how it got to the farm. Remember to bring a pair of boots or shoes you dont mind getting dirty. We got to gather the eggs in the morning and if you want to eat them you can. It was an out standing "daddy daughter" experience and one i know we will cherish. Well worth the visit.
5 on August 07, 2013
My husband and I stayed at Buck Creek Farm for our Anniversary. We live in Indianapolis but we felt far from home at the farm. The Kyle and Mary were so friendly, they felt like family and we really enjoyed learning about the farm! The house was beautiful. We could tell that they put a lot of love and hard work into the Inn and the farm. Our room was very nice. Big, comfortable bed, nice TV and air conditioning. There were snacks, chocolates and water or soda readily available. We even got a horse drawn carriage ride to the winery around the corner. Very romantic! And breakfast in the morning was fabulous! More than we could eat. Eggs from the farm, fruit, yogurt, bacon, juice, coffee. We will definitely come back. I would like to bring the kids sometime to meet all the animals. They would love it!
3 bedroom suite available for large groups and families. Large common area downstairs with private outside deck and small fenced yard. Antique decor, High-quality linens and bedding, Cable TV. Family-friendly, pet friendly. Access to large and secure dog park/exercise area. Mezzadine area for reading or sitting. In-room air conditioners.
Nightly Rate: $200 - $250
Easy interstate access, Countryside, Small town, Suburban
Indianapolis, IN (IND) 15 miles
Go Southeast on Interstate 74 from 465 (Indianapolis). Take exit 101. Turn left at top of ramp, go to "T" intersection and turn left. Follow 8/10 of a mile to Buck Creek Farm on your right. At intersection of Carroll Road and Southeastern Avenue. Look for the big gray barn.
Historical interests, Nature area, Apple Orchard, Municipal Park, Bicycle Trails, Performing Theater, Picnic area, Religious Services, Vineyard, Winery
Other, Private Home Bed and Breakfast, Bed and Breakfast
BBQ grill, Board games, Copier, Desk, Fax Machine, Washer/dryer , Deck/Picnic Area, In-Room Crates, Dog Park/Exercise Area, Feather Beds , Pet Sitting
Air conditioning, Alarm clock, CD player, Ceiling fans, Coffee/Tea facilities, DVD Player, Fridge, Hairdryer, Internet Service, Ironing Board, Private entrance, Radio, Satellite/Cable TV, TV, Wi-Fi
Bicycle riding trails, Bird watching, Pet Boarding
Kyle & Mary Lomax
Cats , Dogs , Many farm animals
Working hobby farm with large barn. Horses, goats, sheep, pigs, chickens,dogs and cats. Pet friendly and interactive.
Biscuts and Gravy
Home made biscuts with a thick sausage gravy. Topped off with a pair of farm fresh eggs that you collected from the chicken coop yourself!